Ferry I, duc de Haute-Lorraine

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About Ferry I, duc de Haute-Lorraine

Ferry I de Lorraine, né vers 1143 mort 7 avril 1206, fut seigneur de Bitche de 1176 à 1206 et se proclama duc de Lorraine de 1205 à 1206. Il était le second fils du duc Mathieu Ier et de Judith de Hohenstaufen (1123-1195), aussi appelée Berthe. Il fut aussi le premier prince de la maison de Lorraine à porter l'écu aux alérions. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferry_Ier_de_Lorraine

Frederick I, Duke of Lorraine

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Frederick I (French: Ferry or Ferri) (ca. 1143 – 7 April 1206) was the duke of Lorraine from 1205 to his death. He was the second son of Matthias I and Judith, daughter of Frederick II, Duke of Swabia. He succeeded his brother, Simon II, who had already given him the county of Bitche in 1176 and had recognised him over the northern, germanophone half of Lorraine by the Treaty of Ribemont of 1179. Judith had wanted him to succeed to all their father's inheritance, but a three-year civil war only secured him Bitche and a half-portion.

Simon abdicated to a monastery in 1205, recognising Frederick's son Frederick as heir. Frederick inherited it all nevertheless, but died a year later and it went to his son by Ludmilla (1150-1223), daughter of Mieszko III the Old, duke of Greater Poland and high duke of all Poland, and Elisabeth, daughter of Prince Álmos. Their children were:

Frederick, his successor in Lorraine

Thierry the Devil (le Diable), lord of Autigny

Henry the Lombard, who built the castle of Bayon

Philip (d. 1243), lord of Gerbeviller

Matthias (1170-1217), bishop of Toul

Agatha (d. 1242), abbess of Remiremont

Judith, married Henry II, Count of Salm

Hediwge (d. 1228), married George, Count of Zweibrücken

Cunigunda, married Waleran III of Limburg


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Frederick I, Duke of Lorraine

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frederick I (French: Ferry or Ferri) (ca. 1143 – 7 April 1206) was the duke of Lorraine from 1205 to his death.

  • He was the second son of Matthias I and Judith, daughter of Frederick II, Duke of Swabia.
  • He succeeded his brother, Simon II, who had already given him the county of Bitche in 1176 and had recognised him over the northern, germanophone half of Lorraine by the Treaty of Ribemont of 1179.
  • Judith had wanted him to succeed to all their father's inheritance, but a three-year civil war only secured him Bitche and a half-portion.
  • Simon abdicated to a monastery in 1205, recognising Frederick's son Frederick as heir.
  • Frederick inherited it all nevertheless, but died a year later and it went to his son by Ludmilla (1150–1223), daughter of Mieszko III the Old, duke of Greater Poland and high duke of all Poland, and Elisabeth, daughter of Prince Álmos.
  • Their children were:
  1. Frederick, his successor in Lorraine
  2. Thierry the Devil (le Diable), lord of Autigny, married Gertrude de Montmorency, daughter of Mathieu I le Grand, Constable of France.[1]
  3. Henry the Lombard, who built the castle of Bayon
  4. Philip (died 1243), lord of Gerbeviller
  5. Matthias (1170–1217), bishop of Toul
  6. Agatha (died 1242), abbess of Remiremont
  7. Judith, married Henry II, Count of Salm
  8. Hediwge (died 1228), married George, Count of Zweibrücken
  9. Cunigunda, married Waleran III of Limburg
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Ferry I, duc de Haute-Lorraine's Timeline

1152
1152
Lorriane, France
1166
1166
Age 14
Dagsbourg, Moselle, Lorraine, France
1170
1170
Age 18
Lorriane, France
1175
1175
Age 23
Lorriane, France
1175
Age 23
France
1180
1180
Age 28
Lorriane, France
1185
1185
Age 33
France
1190
1190
Age 38
Lorriane, France
1195
1195
Age 43
Lorriane, France